Welcome environment students at INSEE plant

INSEE ECOCYCLE



On the journey of sustainable development, human resource is one of the most important factors for enterprises, especially the proactive students who have both theoretical knowledge and practical experience. In order to create an opportunity for students to have practical experience, INSEE Ecocycle in collaboration with the Faculty of Environment of Ton Duc Thang university and La Trobe university (Australia) organized the site tour for more than 40 students at INSEE Cat Lai plant.

More than 40 students visied to Cat Lai factory

During the visit, students were warmly welcomed by INSEE representatives, introduced about the company’s operation process AND safety introduction in cement industry. Besides knowing about safety, the students also learned more about cement manufacturing procedure as well as the waste treatment and protecting environment. INSEE representative did not only share theoretical instruction but also provide practical examples. Students were guided to visit the laboratory, the waste storages and the waste collecting and transporting to Hon Chong plant procedure for treatment. These activities help students easily approach and understand the environment industry in general and INSEE Ecocycle’s Co-processing technology in particular. “I have learned about waste management process and the Co-processing technology of INSEE Ecocycle. I was very surprised and impressed with the values and efforts that INSEE brings to the environment and the community.”- A student of La Trobe University shared.

After the visit, a lecturer of Environment Department of Ton Duc Thang University also thanked Board of Directors of INSEE Vietnam for supporting and organizing the site tour. For the teachers and the students, this is not only an interesting introduction but also an opportunity for students to gain knowledge, have a practical and intuitive view of the industry as well as better understanding about business working environment.

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